Artists in Maine recently took to the streets with slides of the labor history mural that Gov. Paul LePage had removed. Late at night, they projected the images onto the side of the state capitol building. Watch the video of their radical “non-destructive graffiti and street art” photo-bombing action, from start to finish:
At the end of this video, a security officer comes by and asks the artists what they’re doing. “Putting the mural back up,” one says.
Originally submitted by volunteer editor Karen P. Found on Huffington Post.
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